Bishop Robert Barron

Just last week, I had the privilege of spending four hours in the Sistine Chapel with my Word on Fire team. Toward the end of our filming, the... (Read more)

'Laudato Si' and Romano Guardini

By Bishop Robert Barron

In 1986, after serving in a variety of capacities in the Jesuit province of Argentina, Jorge Mario Bergoglio commenced doctoral studies in... (Read more)
Two news items from last week put me in mind of St. Irenaeus and the battle he waged, nineteen centuries ago, against the Gnostic heresy. The... (Read more)
Cardinal Francis George, who died last week at the age of 78, was obviously a man of enormous accomplishment and influence. He was a... (Read more)
Kenneth Branagh’s “Cinderella” is the most surprising Hollywood movie of the year so far. I say this because the director manages to tells... (Read more)
The British writer, actor, and comedian Stephen Fry is featured in a YouTube video which has gone viral: over 5 million views as of this... (Read more)
Postmodern relativism and deconstruction have produced, at the popular level, what I have termed the “Meh culture,” that is to say, a culture... (Read more)

Revisiting the Argument from Desire

By Bishop Robert Barron

One of the classical demonstrations of God’s existence is the so-called argument from desire. It can be stated in a very succinct manner as... (Read more)
The controversies surrounding the recent Extraordinary Synod on the Family have often put me in mind of John Henry Cardinal Newman, the... (Read more)
The midterm report on the deliberations of the Synod on the Family has appeared and there is a fair amount of hysteria all around. John... (Read more)

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